Yet more proof that WSDL is a bad idea carried out to perfection.
Yup, this is what everybody learns about Tom eventually.
When is an extremely simple personal calendar program, aimed at the Unix geek who wants something minimalistic. It can keep track of things you need to do on particular dates.
A great little tool.
This happens to me all the time. I find the usual culprit is some nautilus thread.
Highly applicable to software development, and a lot of other things too. Step four is, without a shadow, the most important.
SwitchPipe is a proof of concept “Web application server” or, more accurately, a Web application process manager and request proxy. Backend Web applications are loaded into their own processes, making SwitchPipe language agnostic. HTTP requests are proxied at the TCP level using information extracted from the headers to establish which backend application is being demanded.
A nice nopaste clone.
Free! I remember reading Topper‘s copy of this years back. It’s required reading for any programmer, whether they care about assembly and graphics or not.
Yup, that’s definitely a pig I’m seeing piloting that plane, and there are also reports of a snowstorm in hell.
What to do when the development team isn’t the bottleneck.
I’ve no need for this yet and no intention of moving away from bzr, but it might be useful at some point…
Slipping lies into lectures to keep students alert and thinking: I wish my lecturers had tried something like this.
Seriously, I’m not moving away from bzr…
Dittos here, and not just for novice programmers but all programmers
I have no pity whatsoever for tax evaders.
They could start by allowing customers to order in English and offer up coffee when people ask for it rather than looking at the customer sideways until they order a tall half-caf diet half-half/half-full-fat mochalocofrappalpacino with splenda.
I thought this was six months off! Must… avoid… temptation… to… upgrade… till… 7.1…